Cloudstaff welcomes its new staff and gives everyone a sneak peek at the new office.
Cloudstaffers converged on eNtec-2 (the location of our newest office) for the September barbecue party and to christen the new location and welcome the newest members of the Cloudstaff family.
Amazing performances by Who Does Who LOL Band and the CS All Star Dancers got the party started with some great entertainment, while hosts DJ Eljhay and DJ KD (from Cloudstaff Radio) kept the crowd on the edge of their seats for the entire event.
The party was full of surprises. Ana Lea was left speechless when she received the July Employee of the Month award, and Boss Lloyd introduced some awesome new Cloudstaff resources for staff, including the new CS Library – it is already full of best-selling educational books (and we snuck a few games in too).
Speaking of surprises, there was an on-the-spot DreamPoint auction with five desktop computers up for grabs. Resty, Jane, Jefte, Jenny, and Ruben were the lucky Cloudstaffers who took home these great prizes.
The excitement continued when the teaser video for our upcoming year-end party hit the big screen. Cloudstaff is famous for its end of year parties, and this one is going to be huge!
Of course, it would not be a Cloudstaff party without a Karaoke challenge. Six staff performed their favourite songs to the delight of the crowd. April won the hearts of the judges and took home a great cash prize.
We were delighted to have some of our awesome customers share the evening with us. A big thanks to Annette, Benjamin, Joachim, Jamie, Michael, Allan, Tony and our other VIPs for joining us.
The night was incredible! It was enjoyed by all, our Cloudstaffers , our special guests and the people in the street who might not have seen us, but they sure did hear us!
Though parties like these may seem excessive, these are just some of the ways Cloudstaff shows its appreciation for the efforts of our valued staff, and to let them know they all play a part in the growth and success of the company.
Oh, did I forget to mention the view? Three hundred and sixty degrees of wow! But we’re not going to post pictures, you have to experience it for yourself. See you there soon.